Stagestop CO Homes & Real Estate
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Stagestop is a rural community 72 miles from Denver, Colorado, between Jefferson and Tarryall Reservoir. This gorgeous neighborhood borders on National Forest, offering residents plenty of hiking and mountain biking trails right in their backyards. Most people buy Stagestop homes for sale for the area’s phenomenal fishing. Homeowners in Stagestop get exclusive memberships to the Tarryall River Fishing Club that gives residents access to 15 miles of private river fishing.
Stagestop Homes for Sale
Stagestop real estate is wealthy in large properties and undeveloped lots. Whether you’re searching for a vacation home or a forever home, Stagestop has what you’re looking for in a dreamy, rural landscape.
Most homes for sale in Stagestop are set amidst pines and aspens on highly private lots. Homes are typically set on large, two or three acre wooded lots where there is plenty of opportunity to explore.
A-frame homes are popular in this area and typically have large decks where you can watch over the amazing views of the Mosquito Range. Many homes have fantastic outdoor living spaces with decks large enough for barbecues and dining areas.
You can find homes with impressive amenities and features, like oversized windows that flood living rooms with natural light. Many homes have tall vaulted ceilings that make the living spaces feel massive. Homes are made cozy with wood-burning fireplaces and panelling on the walls. Some homes have been recently renovated to have kitchens with granite countertops and huge islands where you can prepare gourmet meals for friends and family.
After a long day hiking or fishing, there’s nothing better than to return home to a spa-inspired bathroom where you can wash the day away in a walk-in shower or a soaker tub.
Stagestop real estate has plenty of open lots on the market for homebuyers wanting to build their dream home in the ideal, rural location. You can develop a custom home that’s integrated into the landscape that’s rich in spruce and pine trees.
Stagestop caters to outdoor enthusiasts and nature-lovers. With it’s close proximity to the Tarryall River and tons of hiking trails, there’s no better place to buy a home for those wanting to be close to nature.
Stagestop's Exclusive Fishing
Homes in Stagestop have easy access to some of the best fishing in the state. In fact, Park County is known as the trout capital of Colorado.
One of the most popular fishing locations in Stagestop is Tarryall Creek where homeowners have exclusive memberships to fish on 15 miles of private creekfront. You can find terrific brown and rainbow trout, as well as plenty of streamers. This creek is stocked with trout throughout the open-water months, so there is always fishing opportunity.
Tarryall Reservoir is a fantastic coldwater lake for fishing. This reservoir is surrounded by a wildlife refuge, giving anglers outstanding views of natural landscape. Visitors often come to the reservoir to fish, boat, and camp during open-water season.
Stagestop is near Jefferson Lake which is a fantastic place for fishing. There are also areas where visitors can have a picnic and go camping. You don’t want to miss this scenic landscape.
Stagestop's Fantastic Hiking Trails
Alongside Stagestop’s outstanding fishing, the neighborhood is known for its plethora of hiking trails. Homes in Stagestop are close to magnificent trails that have some of the most gorgeous landscapes and views in the area.
Check out the Abyss Trail to Abyss Lake. This 16 mile trails is located near Bailey, Colorado and is nestled in a high glacial cirque between two mountains. This hike can be done year round for intermediate hikers. You’ll encounter riverfronts and dense forests on the way, giving this hike incredible vistas.
Lost Creek Wilderness has a wonderful network of trails, popular for hikers of all skill levels. You’ll traverse tree-lined paths that go by granite domes and rare granite arches. It’s common to spot wildlife, like deer and elk, as well as black bears and bighorn sheep.
Kenosha Pass Trail is located in Jefferson and offers an easy, seven mile hike along aspens groves and evergreens. At the summit, you’ll get panoramic views of the area’s mountain ranges.
Stagestop is loaded with fantastic outdoor activities, making this community a favorite for those who love getting out in nature.